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    Super consumers lead the way

    Super consumers lead the way

    14 Dec 1999 by Noel Dyson

    A NEW breed of big spending, influential super consumer has been identified, a breed representing 22 per cent of all Australians – and the Internet seems to be the easiest way to get to them. ...

    Banks stay profit kings

    Banks stay profit kings

    14 Dec 1999 by Gary Kleyn

    CONFIRMATION of bank supremacy in the profit stakes have been confirmed by new Australian Bureau of Statistics data. ...

    Bank looks for local success

    Bank looks for local success

    14 Dec 1999 by Noel Dyson

    WHILE the big four Australian banks consider options overseas, BankWest is building its presence in their backyard. ...

    Main Roads is under fire

    Main Roads is under fire

    14 Dec 1999 by Gary Kleyn

    Calls for an inquiry into Main Roads land acquisition practices are being made by a Perth solicitor’s firm. ...

    Officers tackle ecotourism trip

    Officers tackle ecotourism trip

    14 Dec 1999 by Gary Kleyn

    TWO WA Tourism Commission officers have won a $20,000 Federal Government grant to kick-start sustainable tourism accommodation in rural WA. ...

    Alliances way of future: Eck

    Alliances way of future: Eck

    14 Dec 1999 by Gary Kleyn

    STRATEGIC alliances will play an important role in shaping the way business will be done in the future, says Coles Myer CEO and managing director Dennis Eck. ...

    Is Australia a nation of dummies?

    Is Australia a nation of dummies?

    14 Dec 1999 by Noel Dyson

    IS AUSTRALIA a nation of dummies or are people just hungry to learn? ...

    Plans show need for R-code changes

    Plans show need for R-code changes

    14 Dec 1999 by Noel Dyson

    TWO alternative uses for the former Town and Country office building on Murray Street, Perth have been approved by the Perth City Council. ...

    Horses for courses policy mooted by councillors

    Horses for courses policy mooted by councillors

    14 Dec 1999 by Noel Dyson

    A PROPOSAL to place an illuminated pylon sign on the Aberdeen Hotel in Northbridge has been approved. ...

    Hands off Arden St, EPRA told

    Hands off Arden St, EPRA told

    14 Dec 1999 by Noel Dyson

    COUNCIL has reaffirmed its commitment to keep its Arden Street land for public open space. ...

    Irabeena centre to fall for apartments

    Irabeena centre to fall for apartments

    14 Dec 1999 by Noel Dyson

    A PLAN to knock down the Irabeena Centre and a four-storey office building at 53 Ord Street, West Perth and replace it with a seven-storey, 100-apartment building has been approved by Council. ...

    India beckons to WA companies

    India beckons to WA companies

    14 Dec 1999 by Noel Dyson

    TRADE opportunities in India are going to boom, says jeweller and prospector Charles Devenish. ...

    Brits think Australians clever

    Brits think Australians clever

    14 Dec 1999 by Gary Kleyn

    AUSTRALIAN companies have much to offer Britain in terms of expertise and innovation said the United Kingdom Minister for Consumers and Corporate Affairs during a whirlwind tour to Perth. ...

    Motherwell chases niche

    Motherwell chases niche

    14 Dec 1999 by Noel Dyson

    A WA-based company is out to corner the information technology solutions for manufacturing and utility companies market. ...

    Houseboats take to Swan

    Houseboats take to Swan

    14 Dec 1999 by Gary Kleyn

    THE first commercial houseboat venture operating on the Swan River has been officially launched. ...

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